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Local Farmers Pursuing Disaster and Climate Resilient Practices Suku Maya Gurung, a 36 year old mother, of two children (one son and a daughter) from Nawalpur was struggling to sustain her living after her husband passed away 6 years ago. She is dependent on subsistence agricultural farming for living which is barely sufficient to feed…

August 26, 2022
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Determination leads to empowerment

Ms. Sajima Khatun, a mother of two kids with husband and mother in-law in the family is staying at Kodauha village of ward no.4 of Kapilvastu. Relying of daily wage labor by her husband was barely helping the family to manage household expenses. Grew up in Muslim community, she was not allowed to work outside….

April 20, 2022
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Mushroom Enterprise – A collective effort towards empowerment and family nutrition

Farmers in Surkhet used to do mushroom cultivation in a very small scale few years back.  They have never thought this as a good alternative of food and nutrition security as well as income generating source. Though the farmers had some knowledge about household mushroom cultivation they have never incorporated this as an important component…

December 28, 2021
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Taking action: First step to initiate safeguarding in the community

In 2010, Durga Ku Bayadi migrated from Doti to Kanchanpur with her newly married husband and family. A young 22 year at that time, she decided to follow her passion to teach in Shree Samashksha International School.Her nightmare began when she surprisingly became very ill in the year 2020. She had a mild fever, with…

November 28, 2021
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Applying integrated approach to bring positive impact

Migrants who have returned from overseas feels more ambitious to search for better country with better opportunities but thing were different for Lalit Kumar Rai, a returnee from Malaysia. Mr. Rai being the secretary of Shree Dhumse Migrant Agriculture group in Jhapa is an active member of our project who is involved in almost all…

October 28, 2021
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Reached rural location with kits

Mrs. Sarita Pariyar 27 years old lives in Khalanga, Jajarkot. She is a single parent taking care of 2 children, and agriculture wage laborer (earning around 500 per day). With her earning she has to pay her rent, feed her children, pay for their health as well as education. Upon getting ill she was in…

September 29, 2021
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